​​​​​​​The second annual Webster Central School District Programming Competition was held May 24.
Four teams from Webster Schroeder High School, four teams from Webster Thomas High School, one team from Pittsford Sutherland High School and three teams from Brighton high schools participated.
The contest comprised 14 problems including Cats and a Mouse, Find Digits, Staircase, Mini-Max Sum, Bon Appetite, Sock Merchant, Mars Exploration, Diagonal Difference, Beautiful Days at the Movies, Day of the Programmer, Scorpion Detector, Tuple Transformation, Base K Addition and Feature Identification. The teams solved at least one problem.
The winning advanced team from Webster Schroeder — and overall — completed 13 out of 14 problems for a total of 148 of 168 points and included Nick Capadano, Cole Easton and Henry Edmondson. The winning novice team from Webster Schroeder — and overall — completed five out of 14 problems for a total of 33 of 168 points and included Skyler Ferrante, Amanda Longhenry and Aidan Cheeseman.
The winning advanced team from Webster Thomas completed 10 out of 14 problems for a total of 103 of 168 points and included Andrew Finn, Michael Geraci and Jack Griebel. The winning novice team from Webster Thomas completed two out of 14 problems for a total of 15 of 168 points and included Allison Broccolo, Ben Kazimer and Alessandra Visca.